Humanities will be a sponsor and exhibitor at the 2012 Palmetto Affordable Housing Forum

Humanities will be a sponsor and exhibitor at the 2012 Palmetto Affordable Housing Forum

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1. Emily wrote:
Mike Should the land LORD be guarenteed a cash cow vreofer? Yes. Land owners have spent a great deal of time and effort to earn and save money to purchase a piece of property. They have an indisputable right to earn revenue from this property vreofer. Must the tenent be trapped in a cycle of move,(to where?) when ever the rent becomes to high. No. Don't be scared off by my view that rent control is wrong. I still think we need a solution to help low income residents pay rent, but rent control is not that solution.As crasshopper and I discussed above, we both believe that the government should help renters whose income falls below a certain line. A rental assistance' tax credit or even real funds toward the actual cost of rent would be funded through a collective local tax.A tax solution is better than rent control. Rent control effectively taxes ONLY the property owner that chooses to rent property. Rent control sharply reduces the amount of money that a developer can make from building rental units. If they can't make as much money from building rental units, they won't build as many (or any at all), which limits the supply of rental units, which increases the real price of rental housing.Instead of effectively taxing only the property owner who operates it as a rental, we should spread this burden among, at the very least, all property owners. Or, perhaps, all taxpayers in a community. P.S. this is and example of the rich mans blog. I am not a rich man. My income is about half of the median household income for San Francisco and about 75% of the per capita income for the City (). I simply believe that rent control in its current form is not the best solution humanity can offer.

Mon, March 5, 2012 @ 5:49 PM

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Mon, March 12, 2012 @ 3:55 AM

3. Jyoti wrote:
(Office Product) This is the simplist ladornld bookkeeping! Computers may be great for some people, but I can grab this within 5 seconds of a tenant's call and know everything for a plumber, etc. We only have 10 units [out-of-state!]to keep tract of and I can make each book work for TWO years. All addresses, phone numbers, rents paid, dates, deposits, all at my fingertips ! It travels perfectly lighter than any laptop! Love it. Have used exact same book for 21 years. Tried a computer version and it took way too much time. I can post from my checkbook & receipts in this book and have all figures ready for taxes within 2 hours would have spent more time logging in & out and entering correctly over the year than the 2 hr end of year preparation. Toooooo easy.

Thu, August 9, 2012 @ 2:57 PM

4. Peggy wrote:
you don't need to have auto insurance to rent a car. but you will most lkiely have to purchase there insurance. even if they dont require you to purchase it i would suggest doing so cuz you never know what might happen. its pretty cheap to no more than a few bucks a day for the minimum.

Sat, August 11, 2012 @ 6:29 PM

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Mon, August 13, 2012 @ 6:38 PM

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